Things aren't always what they seem. Or should they in fact be taken for their face value?
This is a tale created to confuse. Almost to the point where it doesn't make any sense at all. Almost up to the point of misinterpretation.
But then…there's the famous 'fine print'. Its presence makes us so uncomfortable that we often miss it. It's never there to enlighten us. In this case, it's [really] no different.
Tuesday, 29 June 2010 02:00
MisinterpretationBy Nicola Lourens
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